The fall topwater bite can be one of the most exciting experiences of your fishing life if you keep a few things in mind. Let’s begin by looking at the differences between the spring topwater bite and the fall topwater bite.
Hear how Jason Christie bounces back when things don't go as planned.
Long's basic recipe for when to target big bass is remarkably simple.
Elite pro Justin Lucas talks about one of his favorite techniques.
In this installment, we're going to cover the specialized gear that will fishing in the wind more productive and much less painful.
Watch as actual bass interact with a lure.
Weather fronts are common in early fall, but you shouldn’t let them discourage you from fishing. The changing weather is a signal to bass that cooler weather is coming and sets up some phenomenal fishing.
If you're new to bass fishing, we've got you covered. Check out this video to get started in the pursuit of our beloved black bass!
Kevin Short has made a name for himself on the Elite Series by making the most out of small rivers, back waters and tributaries. See how Short maximizes these types of areas here.
Fall is officially on the calendar and the first cold front has settled over much of the country. That’ll start the bass moving in a hurry. One thing to always keep in mind when the water temperatures start to fall is that the shad and other forage fish will move shallow, and the bass will never be far from them. From now until true winter arrives if you find the baitfish you’ll be pretty close to the bass.
Three basic rules of fall fishing from Swindle and Scroggins.